Monday, June 22, 2009

We were very scared. We screamed when Miss Wright came in I went over it was ok. I ate bubble gum I blew a big bubble and it popped and it was In my afro and face.
When I woke up something was on head maybe a afro I think it is a afro I walk to school and when it’s windy I fall over and The afro save me and I say I am keeping this afro and I am keeping the afro a long long time

I tried to take it off and it worked but then it just frizzed up again. I put water on it and it fell in my eyes .Ha I could not see and I accidentally went into the toilet I fell in the toilet hole and my feet was kicking at the window and cracked it open .I fell out.

I woke up and I stretched out then I felt my hair. I said to myself what happened to me oh no it is school photos.

When I came out of the shower then suddenly boing my enormous afro grew bigger and bigger.
I am ridiculous and hit my head on the table.

Then the complete next morning I woke up with my big huge afro lying completely on my bedroom floor. Then I wake up in real life and my afro … well, my afro d d disappeared. Then mum said, honey pot, wake up, its school time and your afro photo is today. I laugh ha-ha, I called.

Aaaah its school photos oh no I tried putting gel in my hair but it disappeared

It must have been the hand wash that we have. I took it to Mr J and he said it was the hand wash so he threw them away.

When I woke up I went aaaaaaaaaa. Why do I have to go to school?

Thursday, June 18, 2009

OH NO... What's happened in room 17?

Something strange is happening in our room! We have all suddenly grown the most amazing afro's just like the 1970's. We have written about our experience and will post them soon....

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Our Camouflaged Animals.....can you see them?

Facts about the giraffe

The giraffe is the tallest of the animals.
The tongue of a giraffe can be as long as 45 cm.
Their long necks help giraffes eat leaves from tall trees.
Giraffes live in the Savannahs of Africa, where they roam freely among the tall Acacia trees.
There is no direct threat to adult giraffes as they are too large.
They are well known for their long neck, long legs and spotted pattern.
They have knobs on top of their heads, these knobs protect their heads in a fight.

Facts about the zebra

The zebra is related to the horse.
They have stripes that run diagonally down to their hooves.
Zebras are prey to hyenas and lions.
Zebra are very sociable animals and are usually found in large groups.
The zebra is threatened by hunting and habitat change.

Facts about the rhino

A rhinos horn is made of Keratin.
There are two types of rhino; the black rhino and the white rhino.
Rhino are vegaterian.
White rhino live on the Savannah.
Balck rhino live in areas with dense, woody vegitation.

Facts about the lion

A lions roar can be heard by humans more than 8 kilometers away.
They are unique in that they are the only cat to live in groups called Prides.
A lion needs to eat 5 kilos of meat daily.
They are the top predator, the male has a big mane.
Scissor like molars to slice into flesh, small canine teeth to scrape meat off the bones.
They are the largest member of the cat family.

Facts about the elephant

The African Elephant is the largest land mammal on Earth.
Elephants spend about 16 hours a day eating.
Its trunk is used for eating, drinking, dust and water bathing.
They have very good hearing, they have very large tusks.
The trunk is probably the most fascinating feature.
Elephants have no natural enemies.

Monday, June 15, 2009

Welcome to our blog

I would like to welcome you all to our class blog. We hope you will join us on our journey and share in our learning. Please feel free to leave a comment on our hard work.
Miss Wright